Mitch Crumb is a gay Hollywood screenwriter who returns to his hometown. His mother Suzanne,who tried to take out estranged husband Billy, is newly released and needs his help. They hangout at the family owned restaurant.

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 Mitch Crumb (13 episodes, 2006)
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 Suzanne Crumb / ... (13 episodes, 2006)
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 Andrea Malone / ... (13 episodes, 2006)
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 Billy Crumb (13 episodes, 2006)
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 Jody Crumb / ... (13 episodes, 2006)
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 Waitress #2 (13 episodes, 2006)
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 Core Kitchen Staff (12 episodes, 2006)
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 Elvis (9 episodes, 2006)
Ian Novotny ...
 Waiter (9 episodes, 2006)
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Mitch Crumb is a gay Hollywood screenwriter who returns to his hometown. His mother Suzanne,who tried to take out estranged husband Billy, is newly released and needs his help. They hangout at the family owned restaurant.

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The normal American family turned upside-down.

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12 January 2006 (USA)  »

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13 Episodes were made but only five episodes aired. See more »

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Andrea Malone: If it makes you feel any better, I didn't even want to come over here today because I'm still afraid of you.
Suzanne Crumb: That's so sweet.
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Great premise, bad writing
9 February 2006 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

I had great expectations for this show when I saw the early previews of it. It seemed like the premise was brilliant. However, after watching a few episodes, what this show suffers greatly from is the writing. It is just too lethargic. What could be done with this show is simply not being done. You have a great cast who does the best they can do with the script, but until the writing is improved, "Crumbs" is on a crash course.

The first step to improving this show is to get rid of that laugh track. My God....if your not going to film it before a live audience, then don't use fake laughter. Plus, the volume is so low it sounds like people are laughing in the next room or something. Sort of a bizarre use of canned laughter I think.


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